Cloudy with sunny periods. Chance of a brief flurry.
Top of the World
Top of Morrisey
Measured at mid mountain. Updated February 16th at 4:04pm
*New snow data is reset at 3:30pm everyday after the lifts close.
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Crystal Chair, Tower 10
Sunburst Express, Tower 18
Sundance Express, Tower 20
Morrisey Express, Tower 10
Forecast for Mid Mountain:
Sunday: Cloudy with sunny periods. Chance of a brief flurry. Wind southwest 10 km/h with afternoon gusts to 20 km/h. High near minus 5 C.
Sunday night: Variable cloud and clear breaks. Wind west 10 km/h. Low near minus 10 C.
Monday: A mix of sun and cloud. Wind west 10 with gusts to 20 km/h. High near minus 6 C.
A northwest upper flow continues over southern B.C. Airmass instability will give a few flurries this morning. The flow looks drier for tonight with variable cloud and clear breaks. A ridge moves to the coast tonight and we expect a mix of sun and cloud for Monday. Winds look to be westerly through this period with some minor gustiness for the afternoons. Near seasonal temperatures are expected.
Tuesday through Thursday: For the outlook period an upper ridge builds along the coast and then moves into the interior for Tuesday through Thursday. This period should have plenty of sun along with some patchy cloud at times. Temperatures on the slopes will be near normal for the time of year. Winds should trend to be on the light side.